Hypermentalizing in adolescent inpatients: treatment effects and association with borderline traits.

@article{Sharp2013HypermentalizingIA,
  title={Hypermentalizing in adolescent inpatients: treatment effects and association with borderline traits.},
  author={Carla Sharp and Carolyn C Ha and Crystal Carbone and Sohye Kim and Katie J Perry and Laurel Williams and Peter Fonagy},
  journal={Journal of personality disorders},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={
          3-18
        }
}
Sharp et al. (2011) recently demonstrated that in adolescents with borderline traits the loss of mentalization is more apparent in the emergence of unusual alternative strategies (excessive theory of mind or hypermentalizing) than in the loss of the capacity per se (no mentalizing or undermentalizing). This suggests that hypermentalizing could be a worthwhile social-cognitive treatment target in adolescents with borderline traits. The aim of the current study was to examine (1) whether a… CONTINUE READING

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